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Tomboy Bride Harriet Backus Telluride CO British Columbia Idaho Mining and Biography 1st Edition
1 Tomboy Bride Harriet Backus Telluride CO British Columbia Idaho Mining and Biography 1st Edition
PRUETT PRESS 1969-01-01 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover 
This first edition hardcover book was published in 1969 by Pruett Press with 280 pages. The pages are toned. The pages are moderately foxed especially along the edges. The binding is sound though the hinges are weakening. The corners are bumped. 
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The Wolf Dog Ken Anderson Classic Christian Fiction, Anderson, Ken
2 Anderson, Ken The Wolf Dog Ken Anderson Classic Christian Fiction
The Zondervan Publishing House 1975-01-01 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1958 by the Zondervan Publishing House with 152 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. The dust jacket is moderately worn around the edges with several small closed tears, chips and some creasing. The cover is moderately rubbed with some surface scratching. The pages are toned. The signature book plate of Mr. Francis Fretwell is attached to the front paste down. The spine is slightly tilted. The inside flaps of the dust jacket are corner clipped. 
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1866 Theodosia Ernest Heroine of Faith Texas Landmark Southern Baptist Novel HB, Anonymous (A.C. Dayton)
3 Anonymous (A.C. Dayton) 1866 Theodosia Ernest Heroine of Faith Texas Landmark Southern Baptist Novel HB
American Baptist Publiscation Society 1866-01-01 Hardcover Used: Acceptable Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1866 by the American Baptist Publication Society with 457 pages. Two illustrative plates are missing (they are what would be pages 9-10 and 271-72). The text is unmarked except for page 434 which was scribbled on but the pencil marks have been erased. The pages are toned with scattered heavy foxing. The binding is weak as the hinges are cracked in multiple places which has caused the spine to be tilted. The covers are heavily worn. The corners are bumped and the tips are rubbed through. The edges of the spine panel are chipped with several closed tears. There is moderate dampstaining present along the bottom corner of foredge. No dust jacket. Previous owners names are J.F. McKnight of Marshfield, Mo (front end paper) and Ida Greer McKnight of Garland, Texas (last blank page). Collation: front free endpaper, blank, frontispiece, title page (copyright on verso), introduction (3), body of text with intermitten plates (19-459 but see previous notes about missing plates), blank, blank, end paper. DOUBTS SUGGESTED & DOUBTS INCREASING....."Mother, have I ever been baptized?".....The questioner was a bright, intelligent blue-eyed lad, some thirteen summers old. The deep seriousness of his countenance, and the earnest, wistful gaze with which he looked into his mother's face, showed that, for the moment at least, the question seined to him a very important one......"Certainly, my son; both you and your sister were baptized by the Rev. Doctor Fisher, at the time when I united with the church. Your sister remembers it well, for she was six years old; but you were too young to know any thing about it. Your Aunt Jones said it was the most solemn scene she ever witnessed; and such a prayer as the good old doctor made for you, I never heard before."....."But, mother," rejoined the lad, "sister and I have been down to the river to see a lady baptized by the Baptist minister, who came here last month and commenced preaching in the school-house. They went down into the river, and then he plunged her under the water, and quickly raised her out again; and sister says if that was baptism, then we were not baptized, because we stood on the dry floor of the church, and the preacher dipped his hand into a bowl of water, and sprinkled a few drops on our foreheads: and she says Cousin John Jones was not baptized either; for the preacher only took a little pitcher of water, and poured a little stream upon his head. Sister says she don't see how there can be three baptisms, when the Scripture says, "One Lord, one faith, one baptism."....."Your sister is always studying about things above her reach, my san. It is better for young people like you not to trouble yourselves too much about these knotty questions in theology."......"But, mother, this don't seem to me to be a knotty question at all. One minister takes a person down into the water, and dips her under it; another stands on the dry floor of the church before the pulpit, and sprinkles a few drops into her face; another pours a little stream upon her head. Now, anybody can see that they do three different things;and if each of them is baptism, then there must be three baptisms. There is no theology about that, is there?"....."Yes, my child, this is a theological question, and 1 suppose it must be a very difficult one, since I am told that some very good and wise men disagree about it."....."But, mother, they all agree that there is only one baptism, do they not? And if there is only one, why don't they just look into the Testament and see what it is? If the Testament says sprinkle, then it is sprinkling; if it says pour, then it is pouring; if it says dip, then it is dipping. I mean to read the Testament, and see if I cannot decide which it is for myself."......"Do you think, my son, that you will be able to know as much about it as your Uncle Jones, or Dr. Fisher, who baptized you, or Dr. Barnes, whose notes you use in learning your Sunday-school lesson, and all the pious and learned ministers of our church, and the Methodist Church, and the Episcopal Church? They have studied the Testament through and through, and they all agree that a child who is sprinkled is properly baptized."......"Yes, mother, but if the baptisms in the New Testament were sprinkling (and of course they were, or such wise and good men would not say so), why can't I find it there,as well as anybody?"....."Very well, my son, you can read and see; but if you should happen to come to a different conclusion from these great and learned men, I hope you won't set up your boyish judgment against that of the wisest theologians of the age. But here comes your sister. I wonder if she is going to become a theologian too!".....Mrs. Ernest (the mother of whom we are speaking) was born of very worthy parents, who were consistent members of the Presbyterian Church; and she had grown up as one of the "baptized children of the church." As she "appeared to be sober and steady, and to have sufficient knowledge to discern the Lord's body," she was doubtless informed, according to the directions of the confession of faith, page 504, that it was "her duty and her privilege to come to the Lord's supper." But she had felt no inclination to do so until after the death of her husband. Then, in the day of her sorrow, she looked upward, and began to feel a new, though not an intense interest in the things of religion. She made a public profession, and requested baptism for her two children......The little boy was then an infant, and his sister warn about six years old, a sprightly, interesting child, whose flowing ringlets, dimpled chin, rosy cheeks, and spark. hug eyes, were the admiration of every beholder......Twelve years had passed. The lovely girl had become a beautiful and remarkably intelligent young lady The little babe had grown into the noble looking, blue-eyed lad, with a strong, manly frame, and a face and brow which gave promise of capacity and independence of thought far above the average of his companions......Theodosia and Edwin. How they loved each other. She, with the doting affection of an elder child and only sister, who had watched the earliest developments of his mind, and been his companion and his teacher from his infancy; he, with the confiding, reverential, yet familiar love of a kind-hearted and impulsive boy, to one who was to him the standard at once of female beauty and womanly accomplishments......Theodosia came in, not with that elastic step and sprightly air which was habitual with her, but with a slow and solemn gait; scarcely raising her eyes to meet her mother's inquiring gaze, she passed through to her own room, and closed the door......The mother was struck with the deep and earnest seriousness of her face and manner. What could it mean? What could have happened to distress her child?......"Edwin, my son, what is the matter with your sister?"....."Indeed, mother, I do not know of any thing. We stood together talking at the river bank, and just before we left, Mr. Percy came up to walk home with her. It must be something that has happened by the way.".....The mother's mind was relieved. Mr. Percy had bees for many months a frequent and welcome visitor at their pretty cottage, and had made no secret of his admiration of her accomplished and beautiful daughter; though he had never, until a few weeks since, formally declared his love. Mrs. Ernest did not doubt but that some lovers' quarrel had grown up in their walk, and this had cast a shadow upon Theodosia's sunny face. She waited somewhat impatiently for her daughter to come out and confirm her conjectures. She did not come, however, and at length the mother arose, and softly opening the door, looked into the room. Theodosia was on her knees. She did not hear the door, or become conscious of the presence of her mother. In broken whispered sentences, mingled with sobs, she prayed: Oh, Lord, enlighten my mind. Oh, teach me thy way. Let me not err in the understanding of thy word; and oh give me strength, I do beseech thee, to do whatever I find to be my duty. I would not go wrong. Help! oh help me to go right!".....Awe-struck and confounded, Mrs. Ernest drew back, and tremblingly awaited the explanation she so much desired to hear...... 
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Bold White Stranger Florence Beausey Timberwolf Alasak Missionary & Eskimo Christian Fiction, Beausay, Florence E.
4 Beausay, Florence E. Bold White Stranger Florence Beausey Timberwolf Alasak Missionary & Eskimo Christian Fiction
Zondervan Publishing House 1958-01-01 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1958 by the Zondervan Publishing House with 152 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. The dust jacket is moderately worn around the edges with several small closed tears, small chips and some creasing. The cover is moderately rubbed with some surface scratching. The pages are toned. The signature book plate of Mr. Francis Fretwell is attached to the front paste down. The spine is slightly tilted. The inside flaps of the dust jacket are corner clipped. 
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Mary Bunyan Sallie Ford  the Dreamer's Dlind Daughter: A tale of religious persecution, Ford, Sallie Rochester
5 Ford, Sallie Rochester Mary Bunyan Sallie Ford the Dreamer's Dlind Daughter: A tale of religious persecution
Bible Truth Depot 1963 Hardcover Used: Good Used: Good Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1963 by The Bible Truth Depot with over 500 pages with the illustrations. The text is unmarked. The binding is tight. The dust jacket is unclipped but moderately worn around the edges with some creasing, chipping and small closed tears. The page edges are toned. The cover is moderately rubbed with some surface scratching. Mary BunyanThe publishers of this edition of Mary Bunyan believe that this is the first time in the last 100 years that this exceptional story has been made available for the Christian reader.Mary Bunyan is offered to the Christian public at this time with a special desire that it will prepare the hearts of the saints for the distress that is surely ahead for the Church of Jesus Christ.Let those that are at ease in Zion consider this record of our forefathers, their afflictions and their strength.Let those who see the fire and the sword approaching read this book and take fresh courage in the God of John Bunyan.Mary Bunyan will prove of great interest to young folks and old alike. 
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That Was Then by Helga Skogsbergh Mary Mantel Illust. Sweedish Immigrants Lake Superior, Helga Skogsbergh
6 Helga Skogsbergh That Was Then by Helga Skogsbergh Mary Mantel Illust. Sweedish Immigrants Lake Superior
Covenant Press 1969 Hardcover Used: Very Good Hardcover Mary Mantel 
This hardcover book was published in 1969 by Covenant Press with 133 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is tight. There is normal shelf and edge wear. The dust jacket is unclipped but has some creasing along the edges and a couple of small closed tears. The page edges are toned. The spine is slightly tilted. 
Price: 23.00 USD
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Light on the Lookout Inscribed 1st Edition Local Christian Fiction, Hulse, Edgar E.
7 Hulse, Edgar E. Light on the Lookout Inscribed 1st Edition Local Christian Fiction
S of O Press 1972-01-01 Paperback Used: Good Paperback Signed
This first edition hardcover book was published in 1972 by S of O press with 170 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. The dust jacket is moderately worn around the edges with several small closed tears, small chips and creasing. The pages are toned with scattered foxing. Inscribed by the author. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Lost on the Trail by Kenneth Taylor, Kenneth Taylor
8 Kenneth Taylor Lost on the Trail by Kenneth Taylor
0979200903 / 9780979200908 Ridgeway Publishing 2006 Paperback Used: Very Good Paperback 
This paperback book was published in 2006. The text is unmarked. The binding is tight. There is normal shelf and edge wear with some creasing to the corners. Previous owners name present. 
Price: 8.00 USD
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As Sure as the Dawn (Mark of the Lion) Francine Rivers Audio Cassettes, Rivers, Francine; Shepherd, Wayne [Narrator]
9 Rivers, Francine; Shepherd, Wayne [Narrator] As Sure as the Dawn (Mark of the Lion) Francine Rivers Audio Cassettes
1886463182 / 9781886463189 Oasis Audio 1998 Audio Cassette Used: Good Audio Cassette 
Audio Book on Cassette read by Wayne Shepherd. There are two cassettes inside the original slip case published in 1998. Each cassette is house in its own hard clear plastic holder. The slip case shows normal wear with some scuffing along the edges. 
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